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EHS compliance check-in: New reporting requirements and more

Product Code: EHSCCRREQ

Watch our complimentary EHS Outlook for 2024 webinar featuring Timothy Fagan, EHS Managing Editor. Stay proactive and well-informed about upcoming challenges to the EHS workplace, ensuring compliance and the safety of your workers. Secure your spot to this complimentary webinar.
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EHS compliance check-in: New reporting requirements and more

Available: On-Demand Webinar

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have increased their reporting requirements, regulatory action, and workplace inspections. If your organization must comply with OSHA or the EPA, this webinar is for you.

Both organizations are escalating safety standards to safeguard their staff as well. Now is the perfect opportunity to take the initiative and ensure compliance.

This 20-minute webinar explores:

  •  Potential changes to OSHA rules, including emergency response, hazard communication, silica, infectious diseases, and more;
  •  Injury and illness reporting for OSHA;
  •  EPA and OSHA inspections;- Regulatory activity concerning environmental justice, PFAS and greenhouse gases; and
  •  Revisions impacting air emissions and permitting, chemical accident prevention, and more upcoming regulations

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About the Speaker

Timothy P. FaganTimothy P. Fagan is Managing Editor for BLR’s Environment, Health, and Safety (EHS) publications, focusing primarily on-air quality, chemical management, and hazard communication-related topics. Mr. Fagan has covered EHS developments with BLR since 2000. Before joining BLR, he spent 5 years in environmental consulting and was responsible for hazardous chemical reporting and air quality permitting and compliance for a broad range of industries in both the private and public sectors.